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Production Companies (feature film)

1.
Kurosawa & Mifune (2002)
A series of films celebrating the working relationship between actor Toshiro Mifune, the John Wayne of Japan, and director Akira Kurosawa, the king of samurai epics. Films include: "Throne of Blood" (1957), "I Live in Fear" (1955), "Stray Dog" (1949), "Drunken Angel" (1948), "High and Low" (1963),
2.
Heavy Metal Parking Lot (2002)
Filmed in a concert arena parking lot before a Judas Priest show in '86, an underground portrait of dirt-rockin', headbanging, booze guzzling, dope smokin', trailer trash America. The scene is made complete with the vast display of bare feet, muscle shirts, bare-chested guys, bleach blonde frizzy pe
3.
Devils on the Doorstep (2002)
Set in an impoverished farming village in northern China near the Great Wall during the winter of 1944 and '45, a war drama about the villagers of an area that has been under Japanese occupation since the 1930's who have grown to tolerate the occupying "devils"--enforcerers who demand a percentage o
4.
Morvern Callar (2001)
A thriller, set in a remote Scotland port town, centering around Morvern Callar, an impoverished supermarket clerk. When her writer boyfriend commits suicide, Morvern, covers it up. Immediately following his death, Morvern--who's always struggled to make ends meet--steals his unpublished novel, sell
5.
La Ciénaga (2001)
A rundown country home is the site for drinking and teen sexual explorations.
6.
Harvard Man (2001)
A comedy which follows Alan, a Harvard student indulging in all of life's more interesting vices--illicit sex, drugs and high-stakes gambling, with a little Heidegger thrown in for good measure. Tempted by cheerleader-seductress-mob daughter Cindy Bandolini, Alan gets in too deep and finds himself
7.
Final (2001)
Life holds many mysteries for Bill: waking from a drug-induced stupor in an antiseptic hospital facility, he has recurring flashbacks of cracking up his truck in some kind of government installation and being found at the base of a cliff, hypothermic and unconscious. Bill's flashbacks are intermingl
8.
All About Lily Chou-Chou (2001)
Life isn't easy for a group of high school kids growing up in Japan's pervasive pop/cyber culture. As they negotiate teen badlands- school bullies, parents from another planet, lurid snapshots of sex and death- these everyday rebels without a cause seek sanctuary, even salvation, through pop star sa
9.
Fat Girl (2001)
Elena is a gorgeous fifteen-year-old forced to drag along pudgy twelve-year-old Anais as she trolls for boys in the cafes of a seaside resort where their family is vacationing. Treating Anais with casual cruelty, Elena smooches a handsome young Italian as her sister gorges on a banana split and later, in their shared bedroom, commands her to sleep as the twentysomething Fernando climbs in through the window. As Elena is deflowered, Anais writhes in fascination, envy and her own budding desire. When Elena''s transgression is revealed to their parents, their furious mother breaks off the holiday and embarks on the long drive home with the girls in the back seat. The summer vacation is over but, as they discover on a tension-filled journey home, the family adventure is not.
10.
All About Lily Chou-Chou (2001)
Life isn't easy for a group of high school kids growing up in Japan's pervasive pop/cyber culture. As they negotiate teen badlands- school bullies, parents from another planet, lurid snapshots of sex and death- these everyday rebels without a cause seek sanctuary, even salvation, through pop star sa
11.
Warm Water Under a Red Bridge (2001)
Yosuke is an unemployed man in his forties, whose wife has just left him. On the advice of an old tramp, he travels to a faraway village, to a certain house, from where one can see a red bridge. In this house there is a vase containing a golden Buddha, stolen from a temple in Kyoto by this old tramp
12.
Endurance: Shackleton's Legendary Antarctic Expedition, The (2000)
The story of the survival of British explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton and the crew of his vessel 'The Endurance', which shipwrecked in the ice floes and frigid open ocean of the Antarctic in 1914. After a difficult two years, the crew was finally rescued. Shackleton's historic story is recounted and r
13.
Vengo (2000)
Caco is a proud, handsome man, head of a family, and very powerful in the local community. Yet he has been torn to pieces by the death of his beloved daughter. He constantly visits her grave, weeps silently at her photo and has transferred all his wildly protective love and attention onto his mental
14.
Just One Time (2000)
Swarthy fireman Anthony has a simple yet fervent sexual fantasy: sex with his fiancee, Amy, and another woman. Amy is disinterested, until she asks Anthony to reciprocate in kind, meaning he'll participate in a three-way with her and Victor, their gay neighbor.
15.
Benjamin Smoke (2000)
A memorial to the self-destructive, hipster musician "Benjamin" Robert Dickerson. Known locally as the "Mouth of the South," Robert Dickerson, was a hard-living country boy, occasional drag queen and singer for a punk-country-blues band called Smoke, popular in Atlanta's 1970s punk scene,
16.
Rhythm 'n' Bayous (2000)
An overview of Louisiana's diverse musical traditions, which range from zydeco, funk, rockabilly and bluegrass through to gospel and blues. A number of performances are seen as well as interviews with musicians and academics.<P>Begun as an official of a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame bus tour through Ne
17.
Guizi Lai Le (2000)
To the average Chinese peasant, foreigners were always 'devils'- potentially dangerous outsiders who arrived on Chinese soil with dubious motives and nefarious intent. That was especially true of the Japanese soldiers who invaded China in the 1930s, occupying large tracts of the mainland. In 1944, M
18.
Fever (1999)
A struggling young artist is suffering from a mental and physical breakdown. When a violent murder occurs in his apartment building, Nick begins to suspect that he may have committed the crime himself. From this event begins a downward spiral of paranoia and illness that can only end with the discov
19.
Mighty Peking Man (1999)
A shameless, campy re-make of "King Kong" complete with disco numbers, jungle babes, and cheap cinematic cliches. When the gigantic ape Mighty Peking Man emerges in the Himalayas after an earthquake, a party from Hong Kong go to capture him and bring him to back to Hong Kong as a show. In the jungle
20.
Kill by Inches (1999)
Thomas is a nervous young tailor who lives under the shadow of his domineering father, who was also a tailor and who prefers his daughter Vera to Thomas. He becomes gradually more paranoid. Finally he sinks into insanity and murder under the pressure of trying to take measurements only "by eye" and
21.
Lies (1999)
Y is an 18-year-old high school student intent on losing her virginity before graduation. J is a reputable married sculptor who Y calls one day behind the back of her best friend Woori, who is too shy to act on her crush on J. With their clandestine first meeting, where Y is willing to be deflowered
22.
Crane World (1999)
Rulo is a 50-year-old ex-bass player from a famous 1970's rock group who now works as a crane operator. When a new laborer arrives on the scene and takes his job, Rulo is forced to leave Buenos Aires as well as his new love, Adriana, and his son Claudio, who hopes to follow in his father's footstep
23.
In the Winter Dark (1998)
Four people, each scarred by love, reluctantly find their lives intertwined and their emotions laid bare when something or someone unknown enters their secluded country valley.
24.
West Beirut (1998)
Tarek, a class clown, is kicked out of school by his teacher on April 13, 1975, just in time to see the killing of 30 bus passengers that marked the start of civil war in Beirut. Hanging out with his buddy Omar, Tarek is picked up by his mother and father who enjoy a great relationship together with
25.
Well, The (1997)
Hester is a repressed spinster who lives with her father in a listless, outback mansion. Free-spirited Katherine is her housekeeper and the only spark of life in Hester's heart. When Hester's father dies, she sells the house along with everything in it, buys a Toyota pickup truck and a cottage and s
26.
Cure (1997)
Takabe is a Tokyo detective who is investigating a series of brutal murders in which each victim is found with an "X" carved into their chest. Their killers are apprehended nearby in a trance-like state with no memory of their acts. Takabe enlists the help of a psychiatrist to establish a link between the murderers. After struggling with the evidence, they hit upon a young psychiatry student, Mamiya, who had a connection with one of the killers. They soon conclude that Mamiya had been working with hypnosis and planted the idea to kill into his subjects'' minds. However, Takabe''s attempts to interrogate Mamiya are thwarted by the suspect''s knowledge of Takabe''s personal problems.
27.
W.I.S.O.R. (1997)
Filmmaker Michel Negroponte uses a robot that was created to repair the grid of steam pipes under New York City as the starting point for a philosophical review of subjects as diverse as God, fate, baseball and Richard Nixon.
28.
Doing Time for Patsy Cline (1997)
A 17-year-old country-and-western singer leaves the outback of New South Wales to seek fame and fortune in Sydney. En route he encounters an unscrupulous pair and becomes entangled in a crime that alters his destiny.
29.
Love God (1997)
Larue is a nearsighted, epileptic schizophrenic with a history of suicide attempts and public masturbation. He's just been let out of an overcrowded psychiatric institution and relocated to a "hometel." Prostitutes, theives, drug addicts and one-legged transvestite pawnshop owner, Queen Bernie, are
30.
New Life, A (1993)
In a shock after her mother's sudden death, warehouse forklift driver Tina seeks out the rich, enigmatic businessman father she has never known and discovers a half-sister, Lise. Hungry for self-knowledge and presenting herself for emotional exploitation, Tina infiltrates the smoothly controlled, se
31.
The Beyond (1981)
A young woman inherits an old hotel and learns that the building was built over one of the entrances to Hell.
32.
The Last Wave (1977)
A Sydney lawyer defends five Aborigines in a ritualized murder and in the process learns disquieting things about himself.
33.
The Seven Samurai (1956)
Japanese villagers hire a team of traveling samurai to defend them against a bandit attack.
34.
Smiles of a Summer Night (1955)
An actress schemes to win back her married lover from his still virginal wife.
35.
Wages of Fear (1952)
A team of international outcasts risks their lives driving explosives through the South American mountains.
36.
Ikiru (1952)
A dying man devotes his last months to building a children's playground.
37.
La belle et la bête (1946)
A mysterious monster forces a young innocent to share his life in an enchanted castle.

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